Abortion survivor: Time to demand Dem candidates be asked about late-term abortion, infanticide By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. for Life Site
Melissa Ohden and LifePetitions.com are teaming up on a petition to show that voters want answers to these tough questions at the next debate.
On Tuesday, Democrat presidential candidates will square off in South Carolina in a much-anticipated debate. After nearly a dozen debates, mainstream media outlets that serve as moderators have not asked any tough questions about abortion. But one pro-life woman is partnering with LifePetitions.com to demand that the candidates address the radical position of the Democrat Party on late-term abortion and infanticide.
Melissa Ohden, who survived a late-term saline solution abortion, recorded a video in which she encourages everyone who cares about the plight of the preborn to sign a petition demanding that the candidates address the party’s support of late-term abortion and infanticide.
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Ohden explains in the video that “whether you’re an abortion survivor like me or the hundreds that I’ve connected with through my ministry work, or whether you’re a citizen from somewhere around the world, I think all of us have questions when it comes to the current Democratic candidates for the presidential nomination … Are these candidates as radical as the party platform is when it comes to abortion?”
Last week’s debate in Nevada featured the most aggressive exchanges among candidates to date, and this week’s debate is expected to be another high-octane political free-for-all.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, an unapologetic socialist, is the clear frontrunner and likely to be the target of the rest of the field, and yet since all the candidates seem to have similarly extreme positions on abortion they are unlikely to bring up any tough questions on the subject since they all share the same view. That is why Ohden is demanding that the media ask the candidates about abortion.